During training, the tool stimulates the elderly in the cognitive and motor areas, which slows down the progress of dementia, such as Alzheimer’s.
The level of innovation on a global scale results from the combination of stimulating exercises with elements of virtual reality, in addition to cognitive functions also motor functions. The project is to contribute to improving the quality of life of people over 60 thanks to the activity undertaken and its impact on the overall efficiency of functioning.
The software is already offered for sale in Poland, and the French, English, and German versions are planned to be available by the end of September 2022.
The awarded team was composed of: Marta Podhorecka, Karolina Juszczyk, Elżbieta Izdebska, Anna Pyszora, Mgdalena Liberacka-Dwojak, Radosław Perkowski and Michał Majcherek. However, it would not have been created if it were not for the talented IT team at the Lodz University of Technology, led by prof. Adam Wojciechowski.